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1957 Oldsmobile 98 Gold Mist Metallic 2 Door Hardtop 371cu/300hp

Real J-2 Engine and Tri-power


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Oldsmobiles were redesigned for the 1957 model year giving a wider stance and much lower look. It was a look that had also ignored fins that were appearing on just about every other car of the period.
The Oldsmobile line underwent a sweeping reengineering in 1957, with a 3-piece rear window making a reappearance on some models. Once again the 4-door 98s were at the top, this year officially titled Starfire 98. The Starfire name was used for Oldsmobile’s Ninety-Eight Convertibles from 1954-1956. For 1957 it was used as a prefix for all models in the Ninety-Eight series. For some reason this was a one-year only affair and in 1958 they were back to plain “Ninety-Eight” once more.

Standard equipment included armrests, turn signals, rubber floor mats, sun visors, front fender chrome script, exposed chrome roof bows, side interior courtesy lights, electric windows,[3] special emblems, power steering, power brakes, and Jetaway Hydramatic. Upholstery choices included a variety of cloth, Morocceen (vinyl), and leather. Standard tire size was 9.00 (229) by 14 inches (356 millimetres). The standard engine was now the 371 cu in (6.1 L) Rocket V8. A safety recessed steering wheel was added.[16] Front leg room was 43.8 inches (1,113 millimetres)

  • Deluxe Hubcaps
  • Dual Exhaust
  • Easy-Eye Glass
  • J-2, 3-2 Barrel Carburetors
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Seat
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
  • Wide White Wall Tires
  • Wonderbar Radio
Year: 1957
Make: Oldsmobile
Model: 98
Doors: 2
Body Style: Hardtop
Exterior Color: Gold Mist Metallic
Interior Color: Beige Leather & Cloth Interior
Mileage: 63,889
Engine: 371 cu. in. V-8 Rocket
Horsepower: 300
Carburetor: 3x2 Barrel with Factory Vacuum Linkage
Transmission: JetAway Hydra-Matic Automatic
Condition: Driver +
Radio: Wonder Bar
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